Hummingbird in Flight – Photomontage

Mar 5, 2010 | Animals & Wildlife, Photo Art & Montage

Photographing hummingbirds can become a very exhausting venture. But if you are prepared and know what to do, you’ll get some amazing shots.. Simplest way to capture these elusive birds is to wait by a bird feeder. Since most birds are easily spooked you’ll need to use a telephoto lens from a distance to get a good close-up shot. You’ll also need a flash to help catch your bird in flight. Without a flash, you might end up with a blurry image. I was able to get plenty of great shots. But this was the only photo I processed. Using a couple of textures I turned it into a photomontage.

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Programs & Plugins Camera Settings
• [intlink id=”546″ type=”post”]Photomatix[/intlink]
[intlink id=”542″ type=”post”]Topaz Adjust[/intlink]
[intlink id=”542″ type=”post”]Topaz DeNoise[/intlink]
[intlink id=”542″ type=”post”]Topaz Clean[/intlink]
Adobe Photoshp
Camera:Canon 5D Mark1
Canon 100-400mm L USM
Camera Mode: AV
Camera ISO:
Shutter Speed:
1/60 second
Original Exposures
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Hummingbird Photomontage Photo Art Texture